[置頂] 107學年度停招公告

107學年度停招公告:

1. 依據教育部106728日臺教高()字第1060105636C號函核准本學程於107學年度起停止招生。

2. 因學校調整系所專業結構,本次停招不影響在學學生權益,課程開授,指導教授安排,仍依原學程規章執行。

3. 聲音與音樂創意科技碩士學位學程創立宗旨為科技與藝術的跨領域結合。在大眾媒體、影音科技的高度發展下,本學程企圖消泯藝術與其他領域的疆界,以跨機械、電機領域的合作以及藝術與觀者之間的互動,讓藝術更貼近生活。兩種領域的互動難免有需要彼此磨合的地方,科技與藝術的結合也是如此。本學程歷經十年發展,培育出近百位碩士,工作範圍遍及科技與藝術行業中嶄露頭角,發揮所長,貢獻社會。

4. 感謝大家多年來的支持,本學程期許以科技與藝術的跨域合作跳脫疆域作為一種新的領導;以合作的心態碰撞出新的美感,雖是未竟之業,但精采可期。

聲音學程

2014年11月8日 星期六

New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival 2015


New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival

June 22-28, 2015
    The New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival solicits works for its Festival in June, 2014.  The festival will take place at the Abrons Arts Center, and other locations throughout New York City.  Details of the festival are shown below.  Our web site, http://www.nycemf.org/, is now open for submissions.



Call for Works
* Composers may submit works in any the following categories:

  • Works for recorded media alone with up to eight channels
  • Works involving live electronics, including computer processing and laptop orchestras
  • Works combining musical instruments or voices with recorded media or live electronics
  • Video and multimedia works
  • Installations involving music or video





* Deadline: December 5, 2014


* Entry fee: none


* Individuals may submit one or two works, provided that the second submission is five minutes or less. Individuals may also submit an installation or a proposal for a curated concert.


* Works in progress will be considered if a substantial part of the work is complete. In any case, the duration stated in your application cannot be exceeded. Works of any length may be submitted, but only a limited number of works longer than 15 minutes will be accepted.


* Composers whose works are accepted will have to pay a registration fee of approximately $150, which will entitle them to free admission to all events at the Festival. Attendance is not required, but even if the composers do not attend, the fee must still be paid.


* Works involving instrumentalists where the composer is unable to provide the player will be accepted provisionally, subject to our ability to find a performer.


* The composer should provide all non-standard equipment required for the work’s presentation.


* Works of any length may be submitted, but only a limited number of works longer than 15 minutes will be accepted.


* Incomplete or preliminary versions of works may be submitted, but accepted works cannot exceed the duration indicated at the time of submission, and the final versions cannot be substantially different from the versions submitted.  Stereo versions of multichannel works must be submitted.


* Submission of media files may be done in one of the following ways:

  •  Submit the media online with your application.

   For large media files, send the files via a delivery service such as Hightail (https://www.hightail.com/) or WeTransfer (https://www.wetransfer.com/), along with a PDF copy of the submission form (saved after completion online), to the email addresssubmissions@nycemf.org. 



  • For files greater than 2 GB, you may mail the media, along with a printed copy of the submission form (printed after completion online), to: 
        NYCEMF 2015
        c/o Prof. Hubert Howe
        Aaron Copland School of Music
        Queens College
        Queens, NY 11367
        U.S.A.
        Materials will not be returned.



3D Spatialization Lab
   A special room will be equipped with an array of 16 speakers, 8 in the usual surround sound configuration and 8 at a higher level, allowing sound to be spatialized in three dimensions.  The audience will be seated in the center of the space.  We solicit works that will take advantage of these resources, and we encourage works that use the full 16-channel capability as well as octaphonic works.  We will allow composers whose works are played in this space additional tech time to plan their diffusions.  Only multi-channel electroacoustic works will be played in this space, not works involving musical instruments or video.

Performers
  • Featured performer: 
               Gianni Trovalusci flute 
  •  Other featured performers:
               Mari Kimura violin
               Esther Lamneck , clarinet/ tárogató
               Madeleine Shapiro , cello
These performers will be available at the festival.  Works are solicited that feature these instruments.

Individual Presentations
   In addition to musical works, we will also consider individual presentations that may consist of many different kinds of activities such as paper and piece presentations, “musicological” discussions of electroacoustic musical issues, analyses of compositions of historical importance including electroacoustic music “classics,” papers, or other ideas. 

Galleries
  The Abrons Arts Center includes several galleries that will be suitable for audio and video installations in larger spaces than are usually available for festivals of this kind, including a large outdoor amphitheater.  We encourage site-specific proposals to take advantage of these resources.

Call for Curated Concerts
   Proposals are also invited for the presentation of an entire concert, not to exceed 52 minutes in duration of music.  These concerts represent an opportunity for someone to put together an entire concert consisting of works of their choice.  The concert should be organized around a theme or idea, and they may include works of historical importance as well as more recent works.  A performer may also propose a concert that he or she will play.  The only limitation is that no more than one work by an individual composer may be included.   The registration fee for these concerts will be higher than for individual submissions.